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FictionURL -- Exploring Television/TV's Internet

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ThorntonText's Reddit comment mentioned "FictionURL -- Exploring Television/TV's Internet... Ever see or hear a website, domain, or URL on your favorite television show and wonder if it was real and what was behind it? Us too! And that was the genesis of FictionURL, a blog devoted to exploring television’s fictional internet through commentary and criticism.

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Television/TV's Best Fake Websites

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This two minutes and 39 seconds YouTube video show "Television/TV's Best Fake Websites". There is even a three minutes and 57 seconds YouTube video

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Why is it so hard to make a phone call in emergency situations?

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Boing Boing reports on why "why is it so hard to make a phone call in emergency situations? ... But it is a fact that, whenever disaster strikes, it becomes difficult to reach the people you care about.

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4/Four Funny Videos: iPhone versus/vs. ePhone

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Over 3.5 years ago, VideoSift shared a funny 42 seconds YouTube video showing the differences between iPhone and ePhone. There are three more episodes/skits/sketches in its playlist.

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Galaxy Siege -- An advanced spaceship launch and upgrade Flash game.

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Yesterday, Blue's News shared an addicting (a few hours due to grindings!) space ship Flash game titled "Galaxy Siege on Free Web Arcade and its official web site, Arcadebomb -- "Design, upgrade and captain your spaceship as far as possible to capture the galaxy. Harvest space resources and buy new modules for your ship to destroy strong alien bases. Every galaxy is fully randomized avoiding repeated games."

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No bomb powerful enough to destroy an on-rushing asteroid...

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NetworkWorld mentioned an over eight months old blog saying that "no bomb powerful enough to destroy an on-rushing asteroid...

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Did you play LucasArts' video games?

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The Continuum: Dialogue Tree

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Dorkly shared a funny three minutes and 55 seconds YouTube video spoof/parody showing "The Continuum: Dialogue Tree -- Doug wakes up one day with a unique problem: he has a dialogue tree. And it's a vague one..."

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Mobile Usability for Cats: Essential Design Principles for Felines

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Nielsen Norman Group (NNG) reports "Mobile Usability for Cats: Essential Design Principles for Felines -- Summary: Feline users require special considerations

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The First Honest Cable Company (Funny)

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Hard OCP shared a funny and cussing one minute and 38 seconds YouTube video spoof/parody showing "The First Honest Cable Company -- Your Local High Speed Internet & Cable Provider gives it to you straight."

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The Internet: It's like never leaving junior high.

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Hard OCP shared a CNN story/article on how Internet is like never leaving junior high/middle school with the the Internet.

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Raising hands during church services...

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ReverendFun shows a reason why raising hands during church worship services.

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Internet Party: Why Nobody Gets Anything Done On the Web

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VideoSift shares a funny five minutes YouTube video showing "Internet Party: Why Nobody Gets Anything Done On the Web -- Welcome to Internet! ..."

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Funny Google Glass Parodies

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VideoSift shared a two minutes and 21 seconds YouTube video spoof/parody showing the advantages and disadvantages of Google Glass.

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Lego Death Star vs./versus Lego Alderaan

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Cannot Unseen shared two Lego photo(graph)s showing two Star Wars planets

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The Cutting Room Floor (TCRF) -- A web site dedicated to unearthing and researching unused and cut content from video games..

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The Verge mentioned "The Cutting Room Floor (TCRF) is a site dedicated to unearthing and researching unused and cut content from video games. From debug menus, to unused music, graphics, enemies, or levels, many games have content never meant to be seen by anybody but the developers — or even meant for everybody, but cut due to time/budget constraints ..."

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